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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Dunedin Real Estate

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Dunedin is one of the fastest growing towns in NZ's south island. It has very beautiful scenery, established gardens, hillside homes and water views. The city is big and spread out. Dunedin Real Estate is surprisingly cheaper than many other NZ cities.
An example is this 4 bedroom house in Andersons Bay. This spacious home is currently for sale on Trademe. Click here. This home is on a decent-sized block of more than 600 sqm.

The home has good heating solutions and renovated.

If you are serious about investing in a home, you might want to read up on NZ property from this blog: NZ Property.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

New Zealand Travel News & Special Offers from FourCorners: The Skiing Edition

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FourCorners Newsletter

Friday, March 19, 2010
All the latest travel specials, travel news and website updates from www.fourcorners.co.nz direct to your inbox.

Hi NZtravel

This month we are all about skiing! It’s only three months until most ski areas start up the snow makers and open their trails and already, travellers are planning their New Zealand ski holiday. If you’re dreaming of some winter fun on NZ’s powdery slopes, take a look at our excellent ski info or use our Trip Planner to map out your winter escape today…

Ski Holiday Package Deals: Book Online Now!

Ski New Zealand is currently offering a bunch of excellent specials on FourCorners. Packages include ski passes, accommodation and transport for your holiday, and are available from Auckland, Wellington, Nelson, Picton, Christchurch, Greymouth and Queenstown! View all Ski New Zealand’s specials here: http://www.fourcorners.co.nz/index.cfm/specials/ or visit their website by clicking the specials ad in our ski page banner here: http://www.fourcorners.co.nz/new-zealand/skiing/.

Ski Area Comparison Guide

Ever wondered which New Zealand ski area is right for you? With FourCorners’ handy Ski Area Comparison Guide, you can view a list of New Zealand’s top ski areas side-by-side and easily compare their terrain, number of lifts and day pass price. Check it out here: http://www.fourcorners.co.nz/new-zealand/ski-area-comparison/.

Get in the Mood

While you wait for the snow to start falling, get into the mood for skiing with some awesome skiing and snowboarding videos. Better yet, add your own ski video to share with everyone else! Just click the ‘add your own video’ link on our ski video page: http://www.fourcorners.co.nz/new-zealand/ski-videos/

Latest News

Even the news page is full of ski stories! Check out some of the latest New Zealand travel news stories below, or visit the FourCorners news page to read more:

Treble Cone Announces New Initiatives for 2010 Winter Season
"An international standard big air and an extension of its ski improvement programme are just two of the new initiatives..."

Lake Wanaka Ski Pass Provides Winter Value
“This interchangeable five-day anytime lift pass is valid at both Cardrona Alpine Resort and Treble Cone Ski Area…”

Wellington Launches Walkway Tour Application for iPhones
“A free iPhone application designed to help locals and visitors make the most of Wellington’s walkways is now available on iTunes…”

Air New Zealand Increases Domestic Capacity
"...due to growing demand and the expected impact of the Rugby World Cup from January next year..."

That’s all for this issue. We’ll be back in your inbox in April with ideas for an autumn escape, new travel deals and the latest news from the four corners of New Zealand.

Until then, happy travels!

From the FourCorners Team


Before winter really sets in…

Take a trip to Arrowtown!

The lovely little village near Queenstown is best in autumn, when the surrounding hills are covered with autumnal hued leaves. Travel writer Karen Goa shares Arrowtown’s secrets:

“Here families are picnicking, prospectors panning (good luck to them, too), and languid lupins sway like the debutantes of the flower world in pastel pinks and purples, white and yellow..”.

Read Karen’s full story and many more in our travel stories section >>



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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Central Otago Wine: A World of Difference

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Where: The Boatshed, Wellington, Taranaki Wharf, Wellington

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Ticketek – 0800 TICKETEK
  • Booking fees may apply

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Churches in Dunedin

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First Church Of Otago

www.firstchurchotago.org - (03) 477 7118 - 1 review

Knox College

www.knoxcollege.ac.nz - (03) 473 0109 - More

Dunedin is filled with architectural masterpieces mostly exemplified in Churches. Churches are a symbol of a community where people connect and enjoy activities which help promote Christian values.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Dunedin New Zealand

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Dunedin has a lot of surprises. It has a magnificent landscape and a majestic view of the Pacific Ocean on its hills.

It is the 2nd largest City in New Zealand's south Island (second to Christchurch).
Dunedin is the site of the University of Otago.

Dunedin has a temperate climate. It has a bustling city. Dunedin property prices are surprisingly lower compared to other rural towns like Wanganui in the North Island of New Zealand.

List of suburbs

Inner suburbs

(clockwise from the city centre, starting at due north)
Woodhaugh; Glenleith; Leith Valley; Dalmore; Liberton; Pine Hill; Normanby; Mt Mera; North East Valley; Opoho; Dunedin North; Ravensbourne; Highcliff; Shiel Hill; Challis; Waverley; Vauxhall; Ocean Grove (Tomahawk); Tainui; Andersons Bay; Musselburgh; South Dunedin; St Kilda; St Clair; Corstorphine; Kew; Forbury; Caversham; Concord; Maryhill; Kenmure; Mornington; Kaikorai Valley; City Rise; Belleknowes; Roslyn, Otago; Kaikorai; Wakari; Maori Hill.

Outer suburbs

(clockwise from the city centre, starting at due north)
Burkes; Saint Leonards; Broad Bay; Company Bay; Macandrew Bay; Burnside; Green Island; Waldronville; Saddle Hill; Sunnyvale; Fairfield; Abbotsford; Bradford; Brockville; Halfway Bush; Helensburgh.